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I 1 E l TBI wiatbh fXJXSA Dm II Tb MMpaliWl Hi i mom 10; Rill imuui, II i i' " Hi tvlndi rUar WAKHINOTON, p, l. OkUomai Fair iii tl . i Mldifj Hi " itti- hPUicii, probubi; mt, ur no In eh H : i sA n irp m a xTI LyLJi JJ IJ " m m It, TV i ' ' ' X v ' ' -v . ka Tl ' - - -a. 1 I 5 I V"aV ' v o 11,750 una Hm linuhill A I'll)- ' t sloi illi J . ! n Willi HH( i I mi I) I'ltl KM HI PUttT i ( i i i ii:i -. i n.i) riti ss hi I'imi VOL. IX. NO. 7 THE TULSA DAILY IVOBLfr Fit J U AY, I !: K M I: K li 26 1913 FU ICE I V E CE NTS ii nil s ik nnnn rjiminwirjr ii irrK yiiiiiHiiiiii in uiju. iuuh SAFE AND SANEXN1AS PREVAILED IN SOUTH MlivJ ' lll!,s'ni x 1 nx x I " ,; x Vs N,,r I I I 1 1 1 II , I 1,1 IS-, 1 II 1,111'. Tuisa Newsboys Saw the City from Big Automobiles Yesterday and Were Treated to a Banquet by Two Beautiful Young Society Girls MANY PRESENTS YET TO BE DELIVERED Al MOS1 i Mil I. li MAZ CATAh- I ltol'lii; l . I M l II TDT ih Off fa it If MM, UlilSS MEETiKC FC!! FUNDS calumet Ittaone Pledget PubkV to Aid Qgfof Btrlnlin i mi. ii Msng a, is hi' Uerolam, i'Ai.1 mi:t, Mich, Dm, IC "ii the day Christendom has Ml aside a on of rejoicing over the birth of the Bavior, Calumet, gtrtoken to the heart by iin almost gnbellevable catastro phe, stands mourning by the lido of lt lead, tin hv ly-two vlotln a, thi most of thorn chlltlren, of the fright ful panto on Christinas ove In thi Italian ball. This panic followed a (aim alrm cry of fire during tht pro-jfri-sti of u Chriatmai tree entertain- incut urrum,'"l for 1 .nnlles . f tin- .-..ii per miner striker. ah bittern esa thai baa existed In tMs strike-ridden community during tin. past months, ih tripod away ijy the one great common nlflli lion. To lay the people of Calumet can only eee their neighbor!, their brothers, their rtaterf and their little children MafietTinic iniili'i' mi ulmoet unboeara able burden of divtreoa and Kr'ef. a, muss meeting of Calumet oltlaeni raa held thin afternoon to express sympathy and devise aaya hhJ means to ameliorate the suffering and sor row of those families on hii h the hand of ,i,.atb lum fallen a oommtt- tee of twelve was appointed to visit Sjaott home anil aseertain what Hi'.Hn- o4aJ aaatatanoa was needed. Funda are assured and no outatde aid will be sought. The statement of President Ifoyer of the W estern Federation Of Miners, that no benefits from the eltlsi n would be aoceptod, was disregarded, The strikers also met this afternoon and naieed a committee comprising gtpresentattvea of the nationalities of the victims to enii on the sorrowing relatives and learn their wishes rr- liHiiiimt the funerals This committee will m'-et tout... .-oe to make arrange ments for the sen loea The authorities bsve to far I . en un able to traee a 1t:ii who Is said to have Bone up the stairs of the Italian hull and rained the cry of fire to Which Is usrrih.-d the panic that led to the fearful CTUsh in the stairway and caused the death of neasfy fonr score men, woman and children. There seems t.. be little hope that he will be apprehended The other the ory that the -ry of fire originated srlthln the hall was substantiated to day by Matt Saari, a striker, who lost his son in the disaster, He deelared the cry came from a Bionp of men and women toward the front of the hall. A 1 4 -year-Old Kill who died this niorniiiu, brought the official revised list of dead up to seven ty-twe. All the bodies have now been Identified. Most of the Injured In the hospitals today weer able to romp around a small ChrtStmaS tree Which some of their friends had fitted up. Members of the CglUBMt fire de- paftmeni relate many Instances of liorolr attempts to rescue the palllO- btrteken people in the gall. Patriate Ryan arrived on the rne a few niln- after the crush occurre 1 at the of the stairway. He estimated there Were about one Inmdi-d idled In a bean when he reached the entrance of the building The pile of crushed and smothering humanity reached to about half the height of the stairway. They were wedged In so tight that It was Impossible to an-' trieate any from the foot of the stalr Wayway. A boy of about six eaughl hold of Mr. Ryan's hand and begged to be rescued. The 1 reman succeeded In pulling the boy partly out, bul was to extricate we nine i, no The human nius kept pressing down and the boy's life was soon snuffed out. A girl of eight or nine sd the hands of angeio uurteo, man. Kissed them and Implored him to gave her. He mad.' a heroic effort to pull her out. hut the crush was great that he was OOmpelled fflv. nn the attempt and she per- utes foot that lUlfulatiuu t'orblddliti i uf lire. Murks, It itiltod in u t"ro 1 oseea, Hloel ami snow ni IiohI . lUe, ,-V! '.anta. On., Hen, fi. Cham" plong Of ,.f t.ud t::. .c ' VI tiuas in the Houhi tunlgbl c; i :1 !' . K be 'oaiise ui thi apparent rtect of their effortd. Reports geuerglls luai ted thai the oelsbratlon hud not boon attsndud by the iin-. if life .. property, e.hlch freauentl) In thi past hua cUsracter lied obaarvance of th ..ii- lu n,is; uu titer u in" - rigid regu latlons governing tin u e i Cire nurks a: d fire ariT! .a oonneclb i with the Christinas oelebraticns i .-. been en forced with i:.- result that uccldents w . re i ampul tlveij ft .. . at New Orlouusi campaign against the .,.;.! b ., i C fireworks hi ,'bt h ji .1 ri suit t iml I .t oam- nnign ul IKrmlnghatn, A'a., resuitod In th- quiet 'i . 'hrhtui i that the 1 .Many llldu ;!i.il v rkl Hi r. were hm down yesici'du) ttnd 1 day, but there was uu disorder. Iteports of .ui tJteoptloiiullj unlet i lirtstmas oamt from virtually every ;t,. In Tegas, 41 Dalh . there were no serious accident?. Sm . ut Mem phis provided u w hit. t'hrUtnius, un marred b) disorder or terlous catas trophe, t .on i .ii , K .. in the throea of a sle.-t and mow storm, reported a Christmas singularly free from acol dents, atlanta'i "suf. and sane" oampalgn, resulted In tin- tiuietcat Christmas evi r ob n i here, m ip i tm : ,li : l I'M K on TA Wflt O s PVMDt:i). sVonji i tit in. I.clt M iiamo ra-- for rtnmoncf., -ai viontcatey, CnjKsu i Rum to it,- i ' aft, BROWN8V11XK, Tex., Dec, ti. Tin iittaek i.a t!l Mexhna Btllf port. Tamplco, has boi n gl en up and the constitutional!! foroe which has been operating In the oil regioni o- n Hi r will invest Uonterey, imidtal of N'euvo Leon, about the Rfajt of th .ear. era the official announcement from Mats moras headquarters today. Ihirlng the past tOltV-ClBhl hours, six troop trains have left Matemora. for Ramon en, 49 miles this si,!- ,,i Monterey. These forces were said to be part Of j.OIUI men enrOUte to Ha mones, where the army from around Tampico ivin also rendesvous, Prom Ramon eo to Kontersy is expected to be a week's journey, owing to the rOUgfat overland traveling. Qeneeai Pgblo Qonaales, mllltarj I'ommunder of the const it utionaliSts in the states 1 1 Tamaullpai and Neuvo i.oon. Colonel Ernesto ESantos Go) aud Colonel Davila Banohes, were srtth the troops leaving Rata moras, Their equipment includes aix i allium re COntly captured at Victoria and taken to Matainoras f,.r repairs, a iiuuibei of ma bine gung and rifles ami cor responding supplies. The Mexican oonsulate her. aras In formed today that it battle was In pro- j Br-ssai Bacate, midway between Mat aiuoiua and Monterey This was de nted by oonetituttonettota who olntmed to have Information that there were j no federalists between Matamora I j Md points twenty miles from Monterey. nnabl 1 gras ii fir iii'-d A. Nlemela. oin suffocated while lohn Burritl, a Rrt man cd her death, took Mrs was ,f the ril I ims. standing up. who wltness- l months obi L -4j?;' - - .jSwSapacxaBBI ajgvtHKrlt ..isi PJs asT sbSsbj f SLti. 'sbRsT3& s'UI It Pt Nl M M M III IN DO DVV.S MAI.. tblsUfW l or e Mus It, en MMiuipeil u 'I'rvinu in Knap Pntnajia uf oi- fliw. HlippUud as rhr irlic. although many thousands of parcel poal pankagea have been daflverrd ta Ti 'sa patrona of lbs loosr" ogtofii v Pnstn aster Crutchflold i ted luei i ighi that it would yut in rauulra . e 'i ul days mot S Ul dlstl I S nil the I'd rlst mas pai'kagai In III iffics. Ijirgi sta ike of pan I . ait pack am s v ra piled up in ti jf posti ffii s ho' u'ghl Slid this morn E the ear ii.os nit oarts win i ti. nn tnli work of de.' ei .;g them e their U.s llnnlloni, J I he m i! oeli ks al . swamped v Ii i be holidai rus una many sticks of etui! were !n g poatoffles i.nt night i to tm kod over." The uutM Cores of clerks from Postmaster nrutcbflWd down bav been wi rklng ovsrttnu ovsry day dur Inn the week and everything i'0" aible has been dons to hasten the ile um, of an mail matter, rr--l Mori Maiileicr. 1.1 N I iSA V, i IklS . I II While refusing to discuss tbo shooting of Buck Story, II, Joe atyeri surrendef . ,i to Ihe fficera dlrei Hy attar ns hud It Vied Mtory. The shooting m curred at tbs Myors' borne, s charge from a shotgun striking story in the buck of iii,- noojt. ii is understood Story and the It are' had bam the in s' of fri mis, ami there is consider -able mystery lurroundlng the cause Of Hie Hie, ..ling, tlar, Moeis de. lines to sai ans i iiing about It, t R til SIX Illi. Mill-- tUtl l I N lilt I l IS Mil' III. N crctarics HcAdoo aud lloustou I li-',l f PtellS to Vlake I 1st of 12 ( i.e. to be Uivea Banks i it i ii hundn d, cheering, . Ulna;, luttghing uoWsiea had " "regular 'lirtstmas" yeaterday. Th si pictures, tcvkeu h He""!'' Wright ol The World staff, are typical ol the neon dpn. The" top scene shows m i A of he nesrsboys seated In the cars and Mr-. KttHFMaon Dead, DlXKMJN!TOK, Ut.. Jj. - Mrs. Adelaide Bteveuson, Wife of for mer Vie,- President Stevenson, died to day, aiieil 70 y nrs. She hail been ill several months, Mrs. itevenson Is sur vived by her husband anil three chil dren, i.ewe H. Stevenson, pn Idem of the lUtnola slat" board of pardon-: Mr . Martin . Hardin uf I'bieago, ami Miss Letitls Rteveuaon, at nntne, Mrs. Stevens. hi was elected presi- dent-geneml of the Daughters of the American Revolution four pears ago, .ilk, i -on to itiin for Nenator WTUON, Olds., Dec, pS. C B. Oilkerson, until recently edttor-ewnei .,f the w'aurika News-Damocral and now editor-owner of the ntk ruy pfi v. s -1 H in,.,. rat, baa bsoome a candi date for Ho democratic nomination for slate senator In the Bib City dis trict, heretofore represented Mnoe statehood by R, B. Bchola, Oilkerson was reading clerk In the setjsUi in the third ami fourth legislatures. i.'ialy for the stall of the ITtP at 'l.'M o'clock. Two of the care had already tarted oul when this picture a-aa made. Thi Insert Is Bam Miller, the King of the Newel oya, his taoe oover ed with the "uiniie that won't oonte off." as he watched the Hnioymeut of the auto of hla 'Vang." The low. tin- newsboys Hllna 1 Mis.- Ituth Brady, who atith ber lie- Hgav, gave la-t night's banquet to youngsters. Bach newsts shook hand as he pus I and doffed his, ioi Miss Bradi was as happy tel the 1 hi r Ii cap, IS nn if I hem CHflRGED WITH CRIME CHBiSMS BE!! Itot I I.I i I K I uKM t Ij i ii m:i,i ii i Kl BRI.) W i i n Ml lilll It II Hi t II I II Its. 1 to hi 1 en. loiioieni or Btep'thther's , i 1 Bjptied 1 le-ir Htwfclngs on (thrlstmas Morning. SVABIIJah omiipalgninR banks t" be m w banking 1 sen begun li III MHII lis, 1)1 IHIOIC I 1 1 1 1 I lit I . N WI Kl MAOl IIM'I'l Bl I I I -I II I I II Slot KIM. s. ' Tulsa Girls Who Had News "Hustlers" of Tulsa A Big Xmas Feed at the Hotel Brady Yesterday Infant from her arms and earricd tl atfety. Leonard wllman, a rire- pushed his w.i itiot the stgir sbd t,.ok out a crying ' (,r six Uninjured. Near him, his mother aim slate laj dead His seven-year-old brother was taken out later. An 11- oar-o!d boy rssi tied his borthsr of hj t urrv ii:B bun do n '.' were other -iinllar rescues, hlbl hurled from the building atuffht by spectator, chief if the tire department, caugnt r ehlhl thrown oni 01 1 wieo.-w fraifttt father John Sa 11 1 kllb'd his boy of five by failing on him. and he, ton, perished. Henrcs escaped by passing from n small rear balcony to the bsJoony of an adloining house, Predldeal Mover, of thp Western Federation of Miners, received a mes sage from Governor Ferris this after noon stating be was at his OStnmsnd for rendering all possible assistance to those strlt'Kn by the disaster to mn 11 Way niii There A c was Trucbll by BBaBBBBBBn l.os ANUBLB8, Cal., Dec Zi gnoranl of the fast thai tbeir step father was in Jail nooussd of having murdered their father, the iwo small children ..r Daniel Devilllera, who as shot and killed here -al ly this week in a struggle with Ro U Qlover, a land agent ..1 Ban Antonio, Texas, de llghtedly emptied their stocking nils morning of n"is planed there by Santa I -in is. ns Impersonated by their sor rowing mother. Disappointed that the coroner's Jury, had Inn evi.n, rated him at the m qucst, Qlover was b-d back to iaM and lati todsj was formally arraigned on I the charge of mauler. While the war rant was 1 'ad to him Mrs mover, who formerl) v. ut Mrs, Devilllera, aras out in the Uiickeel of the final I'hrist maa shopping rush purchasing gifts for the two children of herself and her former hu . nd. who la dead In the aoorgue Olover't; preliminary hearing was set for Jan us rj when it is expected hla wife w'l be the chief witneht for him. Slo ..eel,, I tO tell. ,'IS le I did yesterda) lit Ho Inquest, of 1 LUirii I In- Tise of l,lght" tta- Lighted tgain I a-l M. lii and M ini Were Xiiraeiiil to s, en,-. llsjHUiiled a,i of hew D rilllcrs forced himself Into H over's home Sunday and toughl v. :b her present husband for her a ff. tl I i nenrtli Whirl's 11 l. at AMCBTBIt, kla.. Dec IS The body of William fcgrker, miner whe Was entombed In the Rock Island's mine o. t several days ago, hasheen (Mind. Parker'a hiati wis .rushed and his neck bfotten, It is evident that he dl ' Instantly, utile B3 (CuetUnasjal on iage a.) Th.s ptctnra of the missis ii..?. and I 'it n Rradf was taken yesterday by DenBlS Wright. Just before tho start of the newsboys' auto rido. In the at with the two young ladles is Danny Hartlett. the youngest news boy In Tu'sa. H Is six years old, and s' lls pupcrs on the street every day of the year. He was given the place of honor In the Brady car, but ho lookud bashful as could be be cause he knew he had to behave him self there, while t h rest of the bitii.ii DOtttd "COl up" a lot. -9 DAYS I. in. r lapsed -Hue tile dale on whiih the eov adnatfttstraUoa a mouth pi ei Ihii-It, ilellnltrli prom ised that it woubl fiiriM-li an ample -upplr of pur,- drinking iint'-r throiiKb i'i 'it) main-, and that promise has nut yet ls -n fulfilled. Witti heu anow clouds banging and a piercing wind coming from the northeast, early yesterda) morn ing threatened disagreeable weather for Christmas Day. However, short- I) afternoon the clouds broke a was ami with Ho- appearance or old s.,i Use wind subsided to s mild breose, mid wpii the scattering patches oi i now t bat had dt n d I he Warn we ii ii r oi the past eW , lya, iii ent t.i make u pan ideal Christmas iy riveryooaj scemea to i ndoweil with the Christmas ohser and espe clallt wnes th hnndrds of poor chil dren of the .Mi mad" hippy by the finding of Hie well filled sleeking i W lien they I'. se e:liy Ifl the CloinlliK Tiie work ..r the Balvntlon Army. hT amaae Offloer Welch ami the Oood FeiiowSi was complete m evert ,1 tall, not on,, child being overlooked by those distributing the Christina pre sen ta However, several calls were received al the headquarters o; ail thre, of the present-dispensers, for additional food and clothing which wss promptly supplied in nil the rhdrchee of ihe etty Sieei:il SSTVloeS were held and at all seirleasi both morning aid night, large preSrdj were present. At the Catholic chnmtl six masses were said, the ilrst tlm- Christmas sen lees have been held in the new church. The araathet being more Inviting than on Christmas Bys seores ,.f people last night tislt'ed th high sehool grounds to s-e fits "tre of light" Which wss again illuminated for a short time Those In ehars of the prograpt whl' h was to have been given Christinas Men have aaroed to Staffs Hie p'l.gTam ew Year's Kve. if the wethr will st all p-rmlt i i, I iee. .", Active for federaJ reserve stabllahed mid. r the . ii currenc) si stem has a half doaen big titles in different parte of the United states sd ptmoai lb icorsa of telegrams I,, eived today at ths treasur) depart i. .out more than bai'f were devoted to taring bare the reasons for executive approval of their claims. Secretaries MoAdoO and Houston, the "ontanlsatlons committee," au Ihorissd bj ths new law to ohooge the reeervs ulkles, tod at consldsrsd ten tat I e plans for making up the list of not less than eight and not more than twelve . illes to be given federal bunks, i mier the law ths organ tsa- tlon COmmltteS Is given the utmost freedom In naming these Cities and the two cabinet oft Ice ra intend to make an exhauatlve but rapid Inquir) into the geographionl advantages and financial Minions of must of the Inrge cities. iiue plan that baa been suggested to the SecretSries Is that tfae) make a personal investigation of the lialms of liti,". which ans regarded as poastMs locatlona, and another Is that they bold healings In Washington. i if f Ida IS who lavor the f'rut plan be lieve Hint it i an be carried out mars quickly and to greater advantage by reason of the number of persons who could he reached. A decision probably will b announced within a few days. The campaign f"i' a reserve bank has been pressed most vigorously by .- attlo, Washington Scores of tele lams wars reeetved today from backers and business men of Seattle pointing out Its proximity to Alaska Which is to be lit, bided In ihe system. t- advantages as a financial cantor iml urging other rag Sons for giving ii a res, rv, bank, A-coording to one i, legram, Seattle is planning big o nstrstlon to celebrate Hie enact ment ,,f the law and to loom her I Sim-, s lor getting a bank. Kansas Sty, Mo., is making a similar fight wiih the support "f many nearby Ities. Minnesota hanks and business houses took up the , Udglea todav In behalf "f m Paul and Minneapolis and bank, n In the south are speak Ing up In fa'.or ,,( Atlanta, evv iii - lesna and Dallas, Philadelphia and Patttmore re at odds over one bank. it igether it promises to he lively for be organisation committee before u work Is done. 'lifts In Hie following eltiea np- t.i r.r for mrmbsrsMp in the reosrve tygteffl todaj Iteaiimnnt and utn, i. ss r- ' s c. Little Rook, ,i and M.i. lb'. Ala. Net. Judge. Mot lain OoajMy PtTRCJEtts Okla.. Hec it. -The M i .In county board of commit--loots have appointed A. J. Mauldlii County ludge to fill the varuaev i .u sed by the legist ruthui of W II VV . .is Mauldlg has for the past Hires veins been superintendent of ths city Schools of PttfOSlL Judgf Poods resigned to aeespt appoint tro nt as prohats attorney for the In dians and has been nSHlgned to Pontotoc. MeClaln, tiarvln. Hradyaiid Bte,hens counties, with hearlqu.irteri at I'unell. J. E Miuua wUl SUOCged M ibi as snperlntsndent of the a hoV. HASKELL HE II IH NEWSIES ollMI i; uo I Itvtm til tilvl -HOM IMIi M Mnt VVUOM I III It 111 MM Ills. . IE SCOUT DID PLAYED automobile Rldet and Rsnqnsl log gha Hustler SpJ, nib, I program gV'gs Ulvasj, C K. hUskell, uklshoma'a itt-st governor, i d, I the newsboys of Tulsa last Dtghl that the) bad bl tlr chances to beoome greal men than nine-tenths of the "sons of Hie rich." ii so told them many other tilings, as did Mayor liana Wooden, Tat, Brady ami other prominent men who .poke al Ule eblbol.ite bailillel tend ered the newsies Iii the dining room uf the Brad) Hotel. The atlases Ruth .mil i.ess Brady, accomplished and charming daughters of Tate Brady, Were hostesses I,, the lietvsbovs, while their father and mother both played an Important part in the festivities. The ,1 nliig to, mi was crowded to His doors with over Inn newsboys, rang ing in age from i I" v" years. Mui. o al DUmbSIS and talks by both dis tinguish.,! guests and the newsies themselves made up a splendid pro. gram thai lasted for over an hour, Into Hide lir.t. The newsboys bad a great liiiisl niaH. l'eaterday afternoon the.v were tendered an automobile ride over tho eiiv thanks to the generosity of sev eral automobile dealers and private ear owners of the city, Those who donatod ens for the ride and fur nished drivers to run them were uu follows: C, T. Ferguson, the Tulsa .Motor Car compsny, two ears; A. J. Polln, Hi l'nlted States Tire com pany, Williams & Btaup, the iak- land .Mot,.)- company, two curs; Jen kins A Neely, ihe Midland garage; Ryder ti Patrick, tl verl I He. pah shop. Brass itaiui On fuh, Tit famous Tulsa toy Seoul bund under the leadership of Bandmasteg and Scoutmaster Jones, contributed large!) to the entertain maul of th newsies. The band Inns began QlSJ tng uptown at 7 o'clock, headed ths parade I,, Hi,. Brady Hotel, played in the lobby of the hotel and sluved Until Hie festivities WlTa OVIT at 1ft oiioek They showed a marked prog, less In playing over their last public appearance here. This Is the mm bund thul put Titian on the map through Dixieland when they went on the Tat.. Brady si lai train to the Inauguration at Washington last March Thotf musts last night was greatly enjoyed by the newsboys in well as the adults who ware fortU li, ite enough to hear the band. Th.- gentlemanly oonduot of the newsies at all tunes was a matter of wide ooengnent They maintained perfeet order at all times and thus refleeted cl'eul eredlt upon them selves. Several of the speakers declared that It was the best behaved hiineb Of roUngpstera they had ever seen. Xppiauiii ii the Player, The dining room of the Brady was especially dsooratsd in Christmas fol iage for Hie occasion. Two long ban quet tables wore onmiptad by ths newsies, while a separate t.ible was arranged for the speakers and other guests of honor. itev. J. IT. Mel'on nelt. new pastor of the Tiger! etOtn orial church, offered a few words of prayer, during grhleh ihe boys stood with bowed heads As the preaeher said "Amen,'- manv of the youths broke forth In enthusiastic upplunse. Many Of them admitted that It was ths final time In their life that they bad heard a prayer. o Panlr iin-r.. A beautifully dSCOWtod Chriaimas tie., in ths Center Of the hall, caused some excitement, when hot halloas from a candle ignited tissue paper at the foot of the tree Waitresses and nearby newsies extinguished the blaze with their bars bands, bul not i bey a, ted as though he was even think ing of running, although some of the older people got greatlv airttsd. oienn Condon, ejty editor of tho evening Sun. acted as toastmustof throughout the evening, Following the dlntor. whbh whs heartily en loyed by the boys, to the extent that some of them asked for the "second helping," Mrs KcGonnetl sang gala so beautifully that the boys forced her to make an encore. She then sang a v.-n pretty Irish song. cheer- for Bend Ta'.- Itnidv. lutrodui ed us "the man Srtth a heart sr big as a Sunday Edition " was cheered to the echo. He welcomed the nowaiea in well. eh. .sen Words and lauded the enter, prise, ability and honesty nf Ihe news boys. Ms spoke words of encourage ment to them. sun Miller, "King of the Vews- inula tied an imgr a. 1 III nil I SPIRIT. It mnttera not whether you have wronged me, my fellow men or yourself, to ths name and In the spirit of the Babe from the Minuter. oti are for given. ,'b, and -in no more."